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‘Steven Universe’ Season 4 News & Update: Release Date, Sneak Peak of ‘Gem Harvest’ Revealed, More [VIDEO]

The much anticipated "Steven Universe" Season 4 is arriving. At the recent New York Comic Con (NYCC) event, creator Rebecca Sugar and the rest of the team confirmed the series for November.

Along with the announcement, is a sneak peak of season 4, episode 1 entitled "Gem Harvest" which you can also view in the video below.

The all new episode of "Steven Universe" Season 4 will feature Lapis Lazuli and Peridot trying to make a vegetable walk and talk. They succeeded, unfortunately, the pumpkin only follows Steven and not the two gems. Steven then, tries to make things better by showing Lapis and Peridot how to make a pumpkin face while carving one in front of the talking pumpkin.

The mortal pumpkin then rushes to Lapis crying and leaving Steven wondering what went wrong. This will be welcomed by Lapis and her new friend Peridot. Meanwhile, rumors suggest that the new episode of "Steven Universe" will feature the first fusion for Lapis Lazuli and Peridot.

The last episode of "Steven Universe" Season 3 entitled "Onion Gang" left fans wondering whether there will be a new season. After all, the episode showed Onion, introducing his friends to Steven in the middle of the forest. A good option to start a new story arc for Steven's normally aloof friend.

Also at the New York Comic Con (NYCC) event are the voice cast of "Steven Universe" Season 4 mainly Jennifer Paz (Lapis Lazuli), Shelby Rabara (Peridot), Charlyne Yi (Ruby) and Tom Scharpling. In a report by the CBSNews, the casts were all in to discuss their experience while doing the episodes, as well as their personal thoughts on the characters they individually portray.

"Steven Universe" Season 4, episode 1 entitled "Gem Harvest" is scheduled for release this November on the Cartoon Network. For more news and final release date of the series, you can check us here in University Herald.

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